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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1911.
WANT CITY JOB?
APPLY M PAPER
Verbal Requests From Place
Seekers Will Not Be Con-
Sldered by Commission.
ELANK FORMS PRINTED
After Thee Are Filled Out. With
Complete Information, They
May Be Mailed.
Mayor H. M. Schriver entered up- j
on his new duties at the city hall atj
2 o'clock this afternoon. He an- j
nounced that an informal meeting
of the commission would be held at ; Rock Island Business Men's assocla
4 o'clock, at which time it is ex- j uon t its annual banquet at the New
pected that an apportionment of of- j H r next Xuesday evening were re
ficial duties would be made. It Is ; .
understood that the members of the
commission have already agreed
among themselves as to which de
partment each will be assigned to.
That there is harmony among the
commissioners from the beginning
13 shown by the fact that no two
sought the same department. While
the commission Is now in control
of the municipal government, under
the law a formal meeting for the
transaction of official business can
not be held, until next Monday.
Persons seeking appointments un
der the city commission are to be re
quired to fill out a regulation form of
application that was (drafted by the
new officials after a ettogetber meet
ing held last night incident to a din
ner tendered his associates by Mar
tin T. Rudgren-at the New Harper.
By comparison of note the mem
bers of the commission- discovered that
several hundred persons already had
asked for Jobs. Of course these peti
tions all were "verbal. It was decided
that no consideration should be giv
en to verbal applications. Mr. Rud
gren was authorized to have a supply
of the application forms printed at
onoe. There will be furnished on re
quest at the city hall.
fxul. rvF'on ma not exacted.
The blank form calls for the name
and address, length of residence in
the city, whether a taxpayer, wheth
er married, and a statement of qualifi
cations for the posttion sought. Each
application must be certified to by
three citizens, the latter to testify
to the character and qualifications of
The applications may be mailed
either to the mayor or any one of the
four commissioners. The heads of
the several departments will be select
ed at commission conferences. An
nouncement of these appointments j
will be made as the selections are:
he reed upon.
1. 1 MIREKU ACTTXO CLERK.
The mayor and commissioners out
lined 4n a general way the plans to
be followed in the conduct of the city
government under the new law at the
dinner last night. Mr. Rudgren, tCe
host, is the only member of the retir
ing city administration retained on
the commission. With the assuming
of duties of commissioner today Mr.
Rudgren ended his term as city clerk,
and appointed J. M. Limdberg, his as
sistant for the past four years, as
HEIRS TRYING TO
BREAK AUNT'S WILL
Claim Tliat Sister Exerted Undue In
fluence in Declining Days of
Mis tin ma Bowles.
The circufj court is occupied with
the trial of a case In which Harriet
Baxter and Bert Bowles of Zuma are !
trying to have the will of their aunt,
the late Mis Emma Bowles, declared
Friday and Saturday
Fancy potatoes, peck ... 15c
Buttermilk soap, two for. 5c
three for 2 5c
three for 25o
Van Camp's beans,
two for 25c
Egg noodles, package 5c
Macaroni, package 6c I
Pure Quill baking powder,
two for 25c
Grap Nuts, two for ... 25c
K. C. tomatoes,
two for 15c
Arm & Hammer soda
REAL CASH GROCER
2113 Sixth Avenue
Prof. 0. F. Slater
will continue to
conduct a dancing
school every Fri
day evening- at the
Elks' hall until
void. Miss Bowles, who was 60 years
old. died Feb. 27, 1903. She directed
that her niece and nephew be given
$2,000 each from , her estate, and be
queathed the remainder, amounting to
about 125,000, to her Bister, lira. Ella
Bryan. The contestants claim that
Mrs. Bryan exerted undue influence
j upon Miss Bowles before her death.
I8 are representee by s. k. Ken-
j wormy, ii. yj. uieiz uuu j. j. eui"-
; son aDd Searle and Marshall and Mc-
Eniry and McEniry appear for the pro-
SPEAK AT BANQUET
Xew Government Form's Adoption
to Be Ratified by Business
Acceptances to become guests of the
bers of the
new city commission. The mayor and
commissioners are to be the chief j Gamb,e o Molinei chairman of the head
speakers, inasmuch as the banquet will , camp mileage and per diem commlt
be m the nature of a ratification of the tee, was also given the approbation of
adoption and first election under the
commission law, the business men's
association having one year ago, at a
banquet. Inaugurated the local move
ment for the change to the new system
of local government. Wood worth
Clum, secretary of the Greater Daven
port committee, will be a speaker also.
Other guests of the association are to
be members of the legislature from the
Thirty-third senatorial district. It is
aimed to maks the affair of next week
the biggest of its kind. In the history
of the business men's organization.
All the business and professional men
of the city, regardless of affiliation
with the association, are to be Invited
to be present
Clarenoe Flcken Is home from
Orinnell for the Easter vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krell returned
this morning from Excelsior Springs,
Mrs. wmiam Mier of Andalusia left
last night with her children to Join her
husband on a farm near Jackson,
Chicago Examiner: Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Kretzinger of the Walton
have arrived home from their trip to
Phoenix, ArU. Their daughter, Miss
Clara Kretzinger, who has been in
Pants for some time, returned Tues
day, having accompanied her cousin.
Miss Florence Head, back from Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McHugh "and
daughter Elizabeth of Chicago reach
ed New York today on the steamer
Blftcher of the Hamburg-American
line after their long South American
cruise. On their way south they stop
ped at Buenos Aires and crossed the
Andes to Santiago and at Valparaiso
they met the boat that had
made the trip around the horn. They
returned home by way of the straits
and up the Atlantic coast.
BREAK FIRE BOX GLASSES
Chief Xewberry Serves Warning to '
Mischievous Boys of City. i
Scarcely a day passes but what C'mP &l Buffal' N- Y' in JuDe: M. T.
k . , . , . , 1 Stevens, Camp 26, Reck Island, with
some boy, bent on mischief, breaks 1 r.. ir -n- t . 1. . .
. ' Rev. H. W. Reed as alternate; C. J.
the glass protector fn a fire alarm Nylen , Camp 38, Moline, with O F An
box and as a rule, two or three are derson aS alternate; Dr. W. R. Freek
v'r ef Aay- Th'8 morniES ! Camp 33. Cordova with Frank E. Shep-
called upon to replace three
He said that since the new system
had been placed in use three dozen I
glasses have been broken. It is not
the matter of expense which is'
caused, but the amount of incon-,
venience and possible damage whicn '
may result in the breaking of the I
glasses. If any one is caught in the
act he will be penalized to the full
extent of the law
POLICE MAGISTRATE OUT?,
cArniawBOND IS FIXED AT $1,500
Ms ivuiihk on sew mw,
Because of doubt which prevails
as to whether or not the office of
police magistrate exists under the
commission form of government, '
Charles J. Smith, the present incum-'
bent, has decided not to act In that '
capacity until such time as he is j
assured of his ground. He has se-j
looked Into. He claims to have re- ; t?'1' 83 a reun oi me p-rt nejdeatQj it is to be divided among the
ceived information that Attorney j took ,n tbe street riot which occurred ; three children. Mary O., Anna E., and
General Stead stated verbally thation Second avenue on election day'Frances g. Rettig. The widow was
the office of police magistrate is not : wnen a US figbt started a general j Eamed as executrix.
affected, but- Mr. Stead has refused I nelee- Mr. Ficken. who resides at C21 !
to make any official statement. ! Twenty-third street, happened to be in j RECEIVE 70 CENTS HOUR
!th crowd when Sheriff Bruner and his j
REPORT IS V I T H H E L D deputios arrlvei and ordered the ! BrickmaKons' New Wage Scale Goes
! crowd to disperse. ! into Jlftect This Month.
- - - v. "II V .o U II . 11 I i; r Iviw
Moline Woman's Club Committee'
Returns From Geneva Visit. i
The committee from the Moline obey it, whereupon Mr. Bruuer notified masons signing an agreement that
Woman's club which went to Geneva1 him he was under arrest. Mr. Flcken calls for an increase of 7i cents an
Monday to investigate conditions in j refused to go to jail, however, and as hour for labor. Masons have been re
the training school for girls there, the sheriff was busy quelling the gen-jceiving C2U cents an hour; the new
returned home last night, but to-j eral disturbance he aliowed Mr. Ficken ' scale provides for 70 cents,
day refused to give out a statement, jto have his way for a time, but jester-! Eisht hours shall constitute a work
The women have communicated with j day he swore out warrants charging , ing day and from May 1 to October 1
Governor Deneen and when they L!m with bei.g a member of a mob and j tne men shall enjoy every Saturday
have received an answer from him ! refusine to di3Derse when ordered to -afternoon as a half-hoiidav
will probably make public their re
School savings collections for
;w,iu v, cre ihich he furnished.
follows: . . '
South Rock Island Aiken street , 90 AR
school. Miss Abbie Burns, teacher, j During the hearing of the case one
$13.16: MUs IJizie Crawford, teach-jof tte mea involved stated that he was
er, $15; Miss Mary McCarthy, teach-1 Intoxicated when the disturbance oc
er If3 27 leurred and swore te had beccme so in
! Center Station Miss Rntb Jctn- I
! ston. teacher, $5.S; Miss Julia lie-
GInty. teacher, $1.81. '
! Sears Miss Ella Dlcgeldein. i
j teacher, $6.9S: Misa Ella Mitchell, ,
j teacher, $6. Total $61.90. 1
COUNTY CAMP IS
FOR HA WES AGAIN
Woodmen Instruction State
Delegation to Support Head
Clerk for Reelection.
BACK THE ADMINISTRATION
Rock Island to Have Four Votes in
National Convention at Buf
falo in June.
The Rock Island county camp of
Woodmen in assembly at Odd Fellow
hall yesterday afternoon heartily en
dorsed the administration of Head
Clerk C. W. Hawes and gave les appro
bation to the other head officers of the
society who are residents of this coun
ty. Among these are Dr. E. L. Kerns
' of -Io'l5ne' one of tiie bead physicians.
! " nf ?. . snripT,- oeoree W
1 onn t- 1 tan i.a inar rnirr or i !!f i 11
the county camp. The committee nam
ed to select delegates to the state
camp made its report and the following
were elected as representatives of the
county to the state camp in Spring
field: - NAMED AS DELEGATES.
Rock Island J. F. Cramer, Camp 29 :
C. F. Huthmaker, Camp 2C; D. II.
Smith, Camp 309; Daniel McKinney,
Camp 1550, and Homer F. Hinckley,
Camp 13,443. The alternates are Phil
Wllcher. J. F. Egan, W. C. Maucker
Daniel G. White and F. O. Van Galder,
each alternate coming from the same
camp as the regular delegate jx whom
he serves as alternate. 5
Moline--August Sundine and Frank
E. Young, Camp 38, and Fritz Hedin,
Camp 153. The alternates are R. I.
Johnson, James Jensen and Clark Nel
son. Country Bert Cook, Camp 30, Hamp
ton; R. A. Fuller, Camp 10,592, East
Molme; George Burgoyne, Camp 2,S8J,
Andalusia; Ben F. Wilson, Camp 180,
Rural aDd William Hofer, Camp 3.C27,
South Rock Ieland. The alternates are
George F. McNabney, Hampton; W. G.
Ausbrook, Watertown; A. H. Mewes,
Illinois City; EJmer Montgomery, Ru
ral, and W. F. Nichols, Milan.
The following resolution governing
the action of the delegation to the
state camp at Springfield in May was
Resolved, That the delegates from
Rock Island county to the state camp
are hereby instructed to vote as a unit
and to give cordial support to the pres
ent administration of the society and
to vote in the state camp consistent
with the wishes of our head cleric
They are instructed to give him cor
dial support at all times, and to see to
it that a delegation from Illinois to
the head camp is chosen that will sup
port his reelection, and stand with him
for a continuance of the present effi
cient, honest and economical manage
ment. MAKE IlECOMMEDATIOXS.
The committee on delegates made a
recommendation that the state camp
name tho Allowing to act as delegates
from this county to the national head
nard of Hillsdale as alternate
v Pntti r-,mn 100 r .-, u. o.
n nrh' nf t. vwmXl -
ofTajlorRidgeas alternate. :
rfORE RIOT ECHOES
Ficken Held to Grand
Jury on Charges Preferred
by Sheriff Bruner.
Alleged to Have Refused to Disperse :
When Ordered to Do So and
F. H. Flcken was held to the grand !
irt- vestrdav nfirnnnn v .injiir
r - , T . , - ,
The sheriff himself gave the order to
Mr - Eicken, and the latter refused to
do so by the sheriff and with resisting I
an nffrpr whpn Tlappi rrrTir srroaf I
Mr. Ficken was arrested yesterday af-
ternoon and given a preliminary hear-
irg. His bords were fixed at $1,500,
Ihe Xew" Harper bar, which fact led to
notice being served by Sheriff Bruner
on the management of the hostelry fcr
keeping open ca election day While
the management dectercd that the can '
who had made the declaration wsa act- J
ing in revenge because he had been re
fused a drink during the day, it was de
cided to submit to a fine rather than
defend the charge, and Justice Wells
: imposed a fine of $50 and costs, which
! was paid, and thus ended this phase of
j the proceedings.
Mrs. Alice L. Smith of East Moline
Also Petitions Court to Grant
Her Deere of Divorce.
Mrs. Alice L. Smith of East Moline,
through her attorneys J. B. and J. I
Oakieaf, filed In the circuit clerk's of
fice this morning, a petition for di
vorce and injunction against her hus
band, Edwin Smith. She claims that
for two years prior to Dec. 22, 1909,
her spouse was a habitual drunkard
and that he abused her until she left
him. That is her grounds for divorce.
She also claims that he has interfered
with, her earning her own livelihood
by making trouble for her at various
places where she secured employment
as a domestic, and she asks that an in
junction be issued to restrain him
from further annoyance. The Smiths
were united in marriage Aug. 10, 1S91.
FIRST M. E. CHURCH
Rock Island Congregation to Cele
brate 75th Anniversary Next
The First M. E. church of this city
was organized in 1S36 at a time when
the population was less than 500.
Plans are already under way for a fit
ting observance of the diamond jubi
lee of the church to be held next Oc
tober. The celebration will continue
through a week probably. It will be
in the nature of a homecoming for all
former communicants of the church
now living and who have taken up
their residence elsewhere.
VELIE ESTATE DIVIDED
Bulk of Wealth Left to Fonr Chil
dren. The will of the late Mrs. Emma
Deere Velie of Moline was admitted to
probate this morning by Judge B. S.
Bell. The instrument, which contains
a codicil, disposes of a large estate.
Mrs. Velie died Feb. 2, 1911. Mrs.
Grace Velie Harper receives $50,000 in
addition to an equal share in most of
the remainder of the estate, which is
divided among the following children:
Charles Deere Velie, Stephen Henry
Velie, Willard Umb Velie and ilrs.
Grace Velie Harper. These are also
named as executors'. In , addition to
these the codicil gives bequests of $500
to each of half a dozen grandchildren
and great-grandchildren. There are be
quests to several trusted and life-long
servants of deceased. The will was
dated May 17, 1910, and the codicil
Dec. C, 1910.
DILLON IS WEAR DEATH
r,,Jsiciaiis Fear Drug Fiend, at Hos-
pit I, Caunr.it lU-over,
Louis R. Dillon, the drug victim
who is at St. Anthony's hospital as
the result of an apparent attempt to
take his own life Tuesday evening,
was reported today as being in a
very precarious condition still. His
physicians say his recovery is doubt
ful. Advices from Green Bav. Wis..
whlch is claimed by Dillon as his
home are to the effect that ther.e ,g
I no such address as is given by Dil
1 Ion and that the wife of the man
j cannot be located
if she is there.
The police department here is be-
! ginning to believe that Dillon s
niind is affeotel to sucn an extent
mat ne noes not Know wnere ne 13
RETTIfi WILL PRORATED ifunds In aI1 there are 13 congrega
nt i iiu rnutm,tu tlons In the Rock Island presbytery,
u i nnd. of WWow of
me win or trie late nenry uettig
of this city was admitted to probate
yesterday afternoon by Judge B. S.
Bell. The instrument was drawn and
dated Jan. 2U, 1911. It provided that
the estate of the deceased be left in-
tact- to be widow, Mrs. Christina
IttL-?, to be held by her during heri
life and in case any remains at her,and Josenh FfanHs noherta r r in.
nil, wuu ii
A new wage scaie goes into eHect
this month, contractors and brick-for'a
Woman Adjudged Insane,
Mrs. Grace Lothride of this city
was Udeed insa&e yesterday by a
commission consisting of County
Jadze R. W. Olmsted ar.d Drs. Jonh!a
Desilva and C. T. Foster. She was
found to be suffering of acute demen
tia. She wa3 ordered committed to
the hospital at Watertown.
New Deputy Named.
John G. Miller, 1020 Twenty-second
street, has been appointed a deputy
by Sherl? O. L. Eruner to fill a va
cancy In the force caused by the Hi
ress of Deputy J. G. Brooks, who isihundred members.
confined to his home by typfcoid fever, j
CHURCHES HAVE A
United Presbyterian Congrega
tion Shows Biggest Gains
in Its History.
FULL REVIEW OF THE WORK
Annual Meetings of Communicants
of Broadway and Central
In the three Presbyterian churches
of the city Central, Broadway and
United the annual congregational
meetings were held last evening. Re
ports were received from all organiza
tions within each of the churches, and
officers were elected.
At the United Presbyterian church
there w-as an exceptionally enthusiastic
meeting. During the year just closed
more has been accomplished by the
church than In any other similar pe
riod in its history. The pastor's re
port contained a review of the work of
the year. The report of W. L. Aster,
treasurer, showed . that the finances
were in fine condition, as did the report
of the treasurer of the Sunday Bchool.
In all societies the last year has been a
banner one. The following officers
Chairman of Congregation Charles
Clerk of Congregation Miss Edna
Treasurer W. L. Aster.
Trustees J. E. Reid and L. L. Karns.
Financial Secretary J. D. Warnock.
In the Sunday school election the fol
lowing officers were chosen:
Superintendent E. B. McKown.
Assistant Superintendent C. E.
Secretary Miss Minnie Toennlges.
Treasurer J. D. Warnock.
RKCEPTIOS FOR DR. MAKftUFS.
At Broadway Presbyterian church
the congregational meeting followed a
short prayer service, at which A. M.
Bruner, evangelist, delivered a brief
talk. Dr. J. W. Stewart was chosen
chairman and A. D. Sperry secretary
of the meeting. Good reports were re
ceived from every society in Broadway
and South Park. To succeed R. P.
Scott, who now resides in Moline, W.
M. Stewart was chosen as elder for
three years. H. B. Hayden and H. E.
Van Duzer were reelected elders for
terms of three years. L. S. McCabe,
A. D. Sperry and A. D. Walker were
reelected as trustees for three years.
Usually the annual congregational
meeting at Broadway follows the an
nual supper, but because of the ab
sence of Dr. W. S. Marquis and family
from the city the supper feature was
abandoned. Upon Dr. Marquis' return
late next month there will be a recep
tion which will take the place of the
AT CEXTRAI. CIIt KCH.
, The annual congregational meeting
of Central Presbyterian church was
held at the chapel. F. G. Young and
C. C. Coulter were reelected elders,
each to serve three years. H. D. Fol-
som, W. H. Gest, Jr., and J. G. Hazard
were reelected trustees, each for three
years, and E. G. McAloon and A. F.
Gross were chosen members of the
board to fill vacancies. Reports were
received from the various departments
of the church, all indicating a healthy
growth and an unusually good financial
AVMAL PRI3SBVTEBV MEETINO.
Next Tuesday and Wednesday the
annual meeting of the Rock Island
presbytery of the United Presbyterian
church will be held in Little York, and
Rev. J. L,. Vance, pastor of the local
church, and E. B. McKown will repre
sent the local congregation. Mr. Vance
is superintendent of missions in the
presbytery and Mr. McKown is finan
cial agent aud in charge of all mission
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS MA
thilda Catherine Grotjan, daughter of
Otto Grotjan, 545 Twentieth street
wood, Iowa, took place yesterday at '
12:0 at tne home of the bride. Rev.
W. G. Oglevee. assistant pastor of
tsroaoway rresoyierian cnurcn
rormea me ceremony, using tne nngjirient given uy tne society since us
ceremony, the witnesses being the organization and they are well satis
members of the family. Thev were! fled with the result. The folluwinc
unattended. The ceremony was fol-i
lno.-r1 hv a wpdrfjn? dinner Mr anil !
Rr,Wt. ,ft v ,f.rm
ghort wedding trip" and after
May 15 will be at home to their
friends in Linwood. Mr. Roberts is
manager of the White Sulphur springs
SOCIETY ELECTS OFFICERS.
THE ENDOWMENT FUND SOCI
ety of. Augustana college held its an
nual meeting at tbe home of Mrs. Os
car Lundahl. S27 Forty-third street,
yesterday afternoon. Mrs. C- W. Foss
was reelected as president for the corn-
!"K luc '6'r uu-en
year book commuiee was aiso eiect-
ed to map out the course of study
which will be pursued during the next
year. "The Customs of Different Na
tions" is the general subject which
will be discussed.
The society has been In existence
for 17 years and It will now enter
upon its 18th. During this time $6,
1S4.59 has been raised. At present the
society Is comprised of more than two
After the business meeting dainty
Spring Opening Sale
is full of interesting features. The beautiful spring merchan
dise, the decorations, the sweet singing birds, the music, the
dainty tea that we are servin g from 2 :30 to 5 o'clock with our
compliments, then the very unusual special sales offerings in
the different departments all have helped to keep the store a
bee hive of business.
Tomorrow Friday Is
CHILDRENS' DA Y IN THE
For the Boys
BOYS' PATENT COLT ilress
shoes, sizes 1 to
6 worth $2.50.
Spring sale price
BOYS' ELK SOLE OUTING
SHOES with satin calf uppers,
sizes 1 to oft
tomorrow . . .
INFANT'S HARD 80LE SHOES, sles 1 to 5,
Patent vamp, flexible soles.
Special tomorrow ,
refreshments were served and a so
cial time was enjoyed.
The officers elected for the year
1911-1912 are as follows:
President Mrs. C. W. Foss.
Vice president Mrs.- L. G. Abra
Recording secretary Mrs. Andrew
Corresponding secret ary Mrs. E. F.
General treasurei- Mrs. Georgf W.
Local treasurer Mrs. Will Dahl
sten. Auditing committee Mrs. O. P. An
derson, Mrs. S. G. Youngert and MrB.
C. I. Pederson.
Year Book committee Mrs. K. T.
Anderson, Mrs. M. C. Rice and Mrs.
Nominating committee Miss Emily
Anderson, Mrs. O. V. Molmgrain and
Mrs. J. A. Jdden.
GIRL MINSTRELS HIT.
The minstrel performance by the
Between Times circle of King's
Daughters of Moline was greeted by
a full house last evening at the Rock
Island Y. M. C. A. auditorium and
the audience was very much pleased
with the production. It was the
third performance "by the young
ladies who make up the troupe and
their previous experiences enabled
them to get away with their show
in a professional manner and tuey
were accorded repeated and hearty
applause for their efforts. The eight
end maids appeared in black
faces and with the aid of
the interlocutor, Mrs. Jay Bar
nard, they got off a number of or-
Iginal jokes besides doing a number! will be a musical 'program, with read
of comical stunts -which brought iIlgs by Miss Olive Merger.
flown tne house. The entire program
was as follows:
"Just a Song at Twilight". . Chorus
"Band, Band, Band" .Tom Merrinian
"I Love It"
"Ohio" Ruth Thomas
"Jes' a Missin' You" . . Irene McLeav!
Song and Dance Dorothy Simpson j
"The Vale of Dreams". . Effie Lamb!
Whistling solo, "For You Bright
Eyes" Mary Crissman ' utt.
"Sugar Moon" Marguerite Mertimani Mrs. Umimi Jiatton, a former '!
"My Southern Gal" . Tom Merrinian j dr-nt of Rock Island. dld thin morning
"All That I Ask is Love" j at her home in Chicago. The fa'iiily
Anna May Simmon ; removed to Chicago 20 years ao. The
Harp solo . . . Frances Desaulnier body will I.e brought here for burial.
"Lovey Joe" Mary Hodgson)
"Little Puff of Smoke, Good 1 Licensed to Wed.
Night" Irene McLeav Uolit-11 D Neff Holyoke. Col.
"Daffydilla" Ruth Lowe ' 'lirs- Lena .1. Boyer Rock Island
Medley Chorus I Joseph F. Roberts Linwood
j Miss Mathilda V. Grotjan .. Rock Maud
YOUNG PEOPLE GIVE SUPPER
THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY !
or AlKen bireei cnapei neui a veiy
successful program and supper at th-!
jchapel la&t evening, the attendance
j being large and the program was well
per-;given. inis was tne nrsi entertain-
. ,j i i i
program was given: t
Solo Alice Chandler.
Prayer Mr. Train. t
Reading Irma Rahn.
Solo Rosie Chambers.
Solo Myrtle Donovan.
Piano duet Frances and Rosle
Solo Mable Donovan.
Recitation rtena Guldenzopf.
Song Virginia Wertz, Elsie Mc
Burney, Myrtle Donovan.
Piano solo Irma Rahn.
Trlo Mabel Donovan, Gladys Mc
Burney, and Marie Hofer.
Reading, "The Dying Hobo" Emll
Guldenzopf (five years old), who re
sponded to an encore with "Wash
ing Day at Our House."
Song Myrtle Donovan, Vera Mc-
Burney and Virginia Wertz.
Address Mr. Carlson.
Supper was served after the pro
gram and a very enjoyable evening
HOSTESS TO AUXILIARY.
MRS. GUS LINDVALL WAS H03T
ess to the association composed of the
wives of the druggists of the two cit-
For the Girls
GIRL'S PATENT LEATHER,
gun metal or tan calf shoes,
specia 1 tomorrow, sizes 8V to
11, $1.90. Sizes
11 to 2,
OUR SPECIAL MADE school
shoes- Sizes 8ft t.
11, fl-50. Sizes
lift to 2
ies at 600 yesterday afternoon at her
home, 1303 Thirteenth street, Moline.
She was assisted by her sistr-r Miss'
Fannie Freeburg. In the games the'
first favor was given to Mrs. II. B.j
Rowe, Mrs. A. J. Rless took the sec-!
ond prize and the consolation favor
fell to Mrs. Gus Sobrbeck. Following
the games the hostess served a two
course luncheon. Mrs. Llndvnll had
as her guests Mesdames Charles!
Brunstrom, Ernest Jericho and !
George Sohrbeck of Moline and II. J. !
Koch. Osonr Oberg, A. J. Hies. 11. E. i
Howe, N, W. Stelner, Charles Ullemey
er and William Ullemeyer.
MRS. LIXA J. DOYKR OF THIS
city and Robert D. Neff of Holyoke,
Col., were married at the home of
Rev. Marion Humphreys, 1019 Four
teenth street, Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock, by Rev. Mr. Humphreys.
They were accompanied by MIhb Mary
McKItriclt and Mrs. Reath Richard
son. Mr . and Mrs. Neff went for a
trip to Colorado and -returning will
make their home on the groom's farm
At the parsonage of the First M. E.
church at 2 o'clock this afternoon was
celebrated the marriage of Frank B,
Berry of Davenport and Miss Anna
Scheger of Kewanee, Rev. E. T. New
laud performing the ceremony.
TO GIVE SOCIABLE.
THE J. II. C. girls or the South Park
chapel will give a sociable tonlfilit at
the chapel. Ice cream, cake and can
dy will be sold and at s o'clock there
AUXILIARY TO EAGLES DANCE.
THE LAMES' AUXILIARY TO
I he Eiisles will Kive a dauclncr nartv
at the home tomorrow night
for Eagles and their families.
I William R. hbock Clinton
Mrs' Edna I:a',g( r
A Crocked Citizen
j3 flG wjti, a j, ,tnt d-iuhla with
i lumbago. Red Circle Pill will take
Uhe kinks out of the liver and out of
tne back loo
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w:ir le vour bloofl (hc
1 come clogjfocl with the
A?"" pr.Uoo-vj wants tnate-
Clevar txtmct will purity
th Mood ar.d n-irul th
towe.i n-1 klQuer trat
the ajrstera will v (abet
ter conaluon tj combat
diris before it be
oraea aeriuu. NceeV
im'i Extract It not a pa I mi trntditine. bet a vu,
-ioleoro hero remedy from Nature' Own
'.toreho-ite prepared in a aclentifio and riratU
J manner. We have tooldet rJearrlbiniT tha
.street mom fully. It contain 1-tter trum
iany who have received bt-T.C.t by it b. K
-cstnl w.ll brin? (1 to you wfthoat delay. Bend
iow. A A jrour drajf g1t for Needhajn' Eztreat,
D. NEED HAM'S SONS
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